If you are not satisfied with the decision you have been given, you can appeal it.
The appeal must be presented at or arrive at the Consulate General no later than three weeks after the date you received the decision.
Your signed appeal;
- Can be presented directly to Consulate General,
- Can be scanned and be sent by e-mail to email@example.com
The appeal must state;
- Which decision you wish to appeal (dossier number),
- How you want the decision to be changed,
-Your name, date of birth, e-mail address and telephone number.
Your appeal should be;
-Written in English or Swedish,
-Signed by you.
You may add additional documents/proof that you wish to add to your case which you haven’t presented in your application before.
Please do not send your passport together with your appeal.
In case of a change in your decision, the Consulate General will contact you and ask for your passport.
If you will contact us about your appeal, you may reach your application by the dossier (beteckning) number which is written on the upper right side of your decision letter.
It is the Consulate General that initially decides whether to review the decision. If it decides not to change its decision, the case is forwarded to the Migration Court in Sweden.
If someone else signs the appeal on your behalf, that person must be authorized to represent you (power of attorney). The power of attorney document must be signed by you and submitted in the original together with your appeal.